So I was recently asked to take some photos for a business that installs special lighting, for properties, businesses and such. Their lighting is specially designed and they are wanting to see from the air how it is working on the properties that they have installed some of their products at. Obviously being that these are lights used for night operation, I will be photographing these locations at, wait for it... Night! I did some test shots at a location I work at that is relatively close to the actual type of setups that I will be shooting for them in the near future (supposed to do the shoot in May). It's a parking lot with pole lighting. I'm not sure how I feel about how the tests turned out and so I am here to, first ask everyone's opinion on what I tested and then ask for any advice or help you might have to get more out of the I1 camera for a night type of shoot like this. My I1 camera was set at ISO800 with the shutter at 50 in full manual mode, running LOG and color set to none. Here are my test sample shots of the parking lot as well as some taken higher up and off in the distance pointing towards downtown. Let me know what you guys think and if you have a way for me to get more light into my I1 camera without creating anymore noise. I found ISO800 to work pretty good to bring as much light in as I could without adding too much more noise and the shutter set at 50 seemed good, but I was afraid to go any lower than that for fear of any slower setting, the camera might start picking up motion blur too much!